Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    When neighbours quarrel, lookers-on are more apt to add fuel than water.

    Source: Danish
    When one foot stumbles, the other is near falling.

    Source: Danish
    When the beer goes in the wits go out.

    Source: Danish
    When the belly is full the mind is amongst the maids.

    Source: Danish
    When the cook is roasting for the butler, woe to the master's wine-cask.

    Source: Danish
    When the cord is tightest it is nearest snapping.

    Source: Danish
    When the crane attempts to dance with the house she gets broken bones.

    Source: Danish
    When the fox licks his paw let the farmer look after his geese.

    Source: Danish
    When the fox preaches to the goose her neck is in danger.

    Source: Danish
    When the game is most thriving it is time to leave off.

    Source: Danish
    When the going gets tough, the tough get going.

    Source: Danish
    When the goose trusts the fox then woe to her neck.

    Source: Danish
    When the gorse is out of bloom, kissing's out of fashion.

    Source: Danish
    When the head aches all the limbs ache.

    Source: Danish
    When the helm is gone the ship will soon be wrecked.

    Source: Danish
    When the host smiles most blandly he has an eye to the guest's purse.

    Source: Danish
    When the manger is empty the horses fight.

    Source: Danish
    When the mouse has had enough the meal is bitter.

    Source: Danish
    When the rooks are silent the swans begin to sing.

    Source: Danish
    When the tree falls every one runs to gather sticks.

    Source: Danish
    When the waggon is tilting everybody gives it a shove.

    Source: Danish
    When the wolf's ears appear, his body is not far off.

    Source: Danish
    When the word is in the mouth you must caress the sheath.

    Source: Danish
    When the wound is healed the pain is forgotten.

    Source: Danish
    When there is room in the heart, there is room in the house.

    Source: Danish
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